Tipuana Tipu


Tipuana Tipu

Scientific Name: Tipuana tipu

The Tipuana Tipu, also known as the Tipu Tree, is a drought-tolerant species native to South America but widely planted in the Huntington Beach area for its attractive appearance and ability to thrive in arid conditions. These fast-growing trees have feathery, bipinnate leaves and produce clusters of bright yellow flowers in late spring to early summer, attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Tipu Trees are often used as shade trees in parks, along streets, and in residential landscapes, providing cooling relief during the hot summer months.

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